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have to stop making stupid comments. >> chris: governor, what was stupid about what romney said? >> well, two things. first, governor romney is an honorable and exceptional man and i'm proud to have campaigned for him across the country but a absolutely reject what he said. we as the republican party have to campaign for every vote and if we want people to like us we have to like them first, and, you don't start to like people by insulting them and saying their votes were bought. we are an aspirational party and, we as a republican party, believe our conservative principles are good for every, single voter, not a marketing campaign and not having better pr, folks, we'll convince and fight for every, single vote, showing them we are the party for the middle class, upward mobility an don't start winning majorities and elections by insulting our voters. >> chris: governor walker, look at this exit poll from election night. who is more in touch with people like you? 53% said obama. 43%, said mitt romney. question, how do republicans convince the middle class that you are looking out
you a policy question? guest: you have to? >> governor romney recently said president obama route 1 the election because of the guests to young black and hispanic voters. what to do make of these remarks? hosti did not see them but i hed about them. guest: if you look back at the election of 2012, when you have a product you put into the market place, and the marketplace does not buy it, you either have a better marketing or a better product. this is the wake-up call for the republican party to have better marketing republicans need to do better with female voters and blue-collar voters and latino and hispanic voters. we also need to have products that sell that. that does not mean you change your philosophy. i think president obama did a better job getting out the vote in his campaign. i don't think it is a matter of people looking at the election and saying i will vote because of gifts. i think they said which one of these candidates they prefer. host: you disagree with the analysis? guest: of think it is as simple as saying the president gave the gifts. >> your a couple of weeks
it was importuned by president bush -- >> nice way to put it. >> it led to what was arguably governor romney's finest moment in the campaign. the first debate, thank you so much for being here. our title today is the future of the republican party. this assumes, of course, that it has one. [laughter] let's talk about the election. obviously, you played a crucial role. i want to get your sense -- we are now seeing reports that the campaign was very surprised by the outcome, even right up to the evening of election day. because their polls were showing something different than everyone else. is that true? really, house surprise was the campaign? >> first, it was a very close election in ohio. a high was one of the key states. even had we won, it turns out the electoral vote count would have gone to president obama. recall, back in 2004, when john kerry lost to george bush, he would often say publicly and to me on the floor of the senate, but for half of the people that could fit in a horseshoe, i would be president today. it was a narrow victory. i do think that there are some reasons that are
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